Kaufmann is affiliated with Birkbeck College, University of London.
What does BBK stand for?
BBK stands for Birkbeck College (University of London; England, UK)
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We have 31 other meanings of BBK in our Acronym Attic
- Basketball Baseball Kickball (game)
- BB King (blues artist)
- Be Back Ok?
- Beatbox Kids (gang)
- Beneficiary Bank
- Benkard Bario Kings (gang)
- Bibliothekarisch Bibliographische Klassifikation (German)
- Big Brake Kit
- Bilateral Below Knee (amputation)
- Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa (Bank of Bilbao, Spain)
- Boy Better Know (band)
- Brauner-Briggs-Klar (wave function in atom-electron scattering)
- British Born Killers (gaming clan)
- Bundesamt für Bevölkerungsschutz und Katastrophenhilfe (German)
- Bundesverband Bildender Künstler (German: Federal Association of Artists)
- Kasane, Botswana - Kasane (Airport Code)
- Bilateral Below Knee Amputation
- British Beekeepers Association
- Beautiful Bathrooms Kitchens Construction (Spain)
- Bernard B. Kerik Complex (formerly Manhattan Detention Complex, The Tombs; New York Department of Corrections)
Samples in periodicals archive:
After reading history at Cambridge, Hobsbawm began teaching in 1947 at Birkbeck College in London.
I am fascinated by its history," said Corbisiero, who is in the third year of studies at Birkbeck College, University of London.
Finally, our biennial conference, to be held November 11-14, 2010, at The Hyatt Regency Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA), will feature keynote speaker Laura Mulvey, Professor of Film and Media Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London, and author of Visual and Other Pleasures and Death 24x a Second: Stillness and the Moving Image.
According to Michael Slater, emeritus professor of Victorian literature at Birkbeck college, London, and author of the book, Charles Dickens, the genius' behaviour could be traced to his childhood when poverty forced his family to move home repeatedly, reports The Times.
In Search of the Blues, by Marybeth Hamilton - a wonderful account of early blues and jazz, by an American lady who is an academic at Birkbeck College, London.